Antimicrobial-resistant bacteria are appearing in headlines more often as time goes by, along with the escalating need for new antibiotics to treat these bacteria. Yet only two new antibiotic treatments have been approved and released onto the market since 2008. There are...
This week, U.S. Senate and House lawmakers reached agreement on a fiscal 2016 defense authorization bill (H.R. 1735), which is expected to pass the House today. Included in the bill is a three-year pilot program that allows TRICARE...
Hospitals and physician groups are merging into large health systems at unprecedented rates, fueled in part by the Affordable Care Act. Provider consolidation takes many forms, but the general trend can make it easier to share electronic records systems, coordinate care...
AMITA Health, operator of Alexian Brothers Immediate Care with multiple locations in Chicago’s Western...
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared the cobas Influenza A/B test for use on the cobas Liat System. It is the first Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA)-waived, real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test to detect Influenza A and B in...
Many thousands of viruses are known to cause illness in people and animals, and diagnosing them correctly can be a long and costly process, involving numerous tests. Viruses that occur in and on the human body are collectively known as the virome. According to the study's...
Opportunities for flexible work and solid pay abound in urgent care, a field with major growth potential. Use the positive points about urgent care noted in this article when you seek to hire your next center employee.
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